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2018-08-30 07:52:34 +0000 commented answer Can you explain this TCP sequence

Hello, @Packet_vlad. Thank you, that sounds very interesting.

2018-08-09 10:48:06 +0000 commented answer Can you explain this TCP sequence

@Christian_R, the issue did not reproduced with Jumbo Frames and reduced TCP window, so that was enough to close the cas

2018-08-09 10:47:47 +0000 commented answer Can you explain this TCP sequence

@Christian_R, issue did not reproduced with Jumbo Frames and reduced TCP window, so that was enough to close the case.

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2018-07-24 07:36:51 +0000 commented answer Can you explain this TCP sequence

@Christian_R, will do that. I guess you actually meant tcp_sack = 1.

2018-07-24 07:36:32 +0000 commented answer Can you explain this TCP sequence

@ChristianR, will do that. I guess you actually meant tcp_sack = 1.

2018-07-24 07:36:19 +0000 commented answer Can you explain this TCP sequence

@Christian_R, will do that. I guess you actually meant tcp_sack = 1.

2018-07-24 07:35:56 +0000 commented answer Can you explain this TCP sequence

@Christian_R, will do that. I guess you actually meant tcp_sack = 1.

2018-07-23 14:18:09 +0000 commented answer Can you explain this TCP sequence

@Christian_R, we don't have direct access to the machine for netstat -s, but we will ask for it.

2018-07-23 13:18:07 +0000 commented answer Can you explain this TCP sequence

Can the TCP Window Scaling factor be directly configured? I see it is now 2048 in the second registration for the failin

2018-07-23 13:17:19 +0000 commented answer Can you explain this TCP sequence

Can the TCP Window Scaling factor be directly configured? I see it is now 2048 in the second registration for the failin

2018-07-23 12:10:17 +0000 commented answer Can you explain this TCP sequence

Hello, guys. So basically, the issue is systematically reproducible even with simulator applications, under the followi

2018-07-23 12:08:08 +0000 commented answer Can you explain this TCP sequence

Sender is a Windows desktop, while Receiver is on RedHat 6, June update, Kernel 2.6.32-754.2.1

2018-07-23 09:10:49 +0000 commented answer Can you explain this TCP sequence

Hello, guys. Thanks for you interest so far: this is getting pretty catchy. So I have another registration, washed with

2018-07-23 09:09:44 +0000 commented answer Can you explain this TCP sequence

Hello, guys. Thanks for you interest so far: this is getting pretty catchy. So I have another registration, washed with

2018-07-23 09:06:05 +0000 commented answer Can you explain this TCP sequence

Hello, guys. Thanks for you interest so far: this is getting pretty catchy. So I have another registration, washed with

2018-07-21 13:13:16 +0000 commented answer Can you explain this TCP sequence

Many thanks, @JimAragon. So we're basically stuck at the beginning: we have a recv box dropping 1460-byte packets, yet a

2018-07-21 11:17:13 +0000 commented answer Can you explain this TCP sequence

Many thanks, @JimAragon. So we're basically stuck to the beginning: we have a recv box dropping 1460-byte packets, yet a

2018-07-21 11:13:49 +0000 commented answer Can you explain this TCP sequence

Many thanks, @JimAragon. So we're basically stuck to the beginning: we have a recv box dropping 1460-byte packets, yet a

2018-07-21 11:11:39 +0000 commented answer Can you explain this TCP sequence

Many thanks, @Jim. So we're basically stuck to the beginning: we have a recv box dropping 1460-byte packets, yet acknowl

2018-07-20 17:17:27 +0000 commented answer Can you explain this TCP sequence

Yes, @Christian_R. It turned out jumbo frames were enabled everywhere, but on the sender box: so enabling it on the send

2018-07-20 17:17:00 +0000 commented answer Can you explain this TCP sequence

Yes, Christian_R. It turned out jumbo frames were enabled everywhere, but on the sender box: so enabling it on the sende

2018-07-20 15:44:45 +0000 commented answer Can you explain this TCP sequence

Not sure whether it could be pertinent or it just adds another variable into the picture, but... The issue seems to be e

2018-07-20 15:16:31 +0000 commented answer Can you explain this TCP sequence

Not sure whether it could be pertinent or it just adds another variable into the picture, but... The issue seems to be e

2018-07-20 13:58:11 +0000 commented answer Can you explain this TCP sequence

The receiver application is a Java application, using java.nio and non-blocking sockets. An incoming request could easil

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2018-07-20 13:50:32 +0000 commented answer Can you explain this TCP sequence

The receiver application is a Java application, using java.nio and non-blocking sockets. An incoming request could easil

2018-07-20 13:43:54 +0000 commented answer Can you explain this TCP sequence

I understand the receiver application is temporarily busy and not consuming data from the receive window, while it is pe

2018-07-20 12:21:29 +0000 commented answer Can you explain this TCP sequence

Thanks guys. We will retry with the TCP scaling and window size changed, then. What remains unclear to me is why in such

2018-07-20 08:41:07 +0000 commented answer Can you explain this TCP sequence

Thanks, Cristian_R and Packet_vlad. I see all the points about reducing/slowing down the traffic by tuning the TCP windo

2018-07-20 08:33:17 +0000 commented answer Can you explain this TCP sequence

Thanks, Cristian_R and Packet_vlad. I see all the points about reducing/slowing down the traffic by tuning the TCP windo

2018-07-20 08:15:08 +0000 commented answer Can you explain this TCP sequence

Thanks, Maynard. This is a good hint - unfortunately, the original registrations are complete (possible that TraceWrangl

2018-07-19 08:14:43 +0000 commented question Can you explain this TCP sequence

Yes, the conversation is across different networks, so as far as we know there is a Cisco device being traversed.

2018-07-19 08:02:56 +0000 commented question Can you explain this TCP sequence

Yes, the conversation is across different networks, so as far as we know there is a Cisco switch being traversed.

2018-07-19 07:46:31 +0000 commented question Can you explain this TCP sequence

Hi, I uploaded the peer registration: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1F57D6QiXyAdiG7UFId34C6LNgw69Qiwc Notes: 1) Trac

2018-07-18 19:56:24 +0000 commented question Can you explain this TCP sequence

I can anticipate that the other peer registration is exactly dual: it contains the retransmissions for that packet, foll

2018-07-18 19:22:51 +0000 commented question Can you explain this TCP sequence

I can anticipate that the other peer registration is exactly dual: it contains the retransmissions for that packet, foll

2018-07-18 19:22:26 +0000 commented question Can you explain this TCP sequence

I can anticipate that the other peer registration is exactly dual: it contains the retransmissions for that packet, foll

2018-07-18 19:11:36 +0000 commented question Can you explain this TCP sequence

Yes, cmaynard. Note the registrations were sanitized via TraceWrangler, so the IPs will appear randomized. I do have th

2018-07-18 19:08:13 +0000 commented question Can you explain this TCP sequence

Yes, cmaynard. Note the registrations were sanitized via TraceWrangler, so the IPs will appear randomized. I do have th

2018-07-18 19:07:44 +0000 commented question Can you explain this TCP sequence

Yes, cmaynard. Note the registrations were sanitized via TraceWrangler, so the IPs will appear randomized. I do have th

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2018-07-18 12:25:26 +0000 commented question Can you explain this TCP sequence

Hello, Christian. Thanks, I uploaded the receiver capture on Google Drive: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1V1mEuVV8T7O

2018-07-18 08:13:13 +0000 asked a question Can you explain this TCP sequence

Can you explain this Wireshark sequence Hello, Could anyone explain the behavior I observe below? I have the following

2018-07-18 08:11:19 +0000 asked a question Can you explain this Wireshark TCP conversation?

Can you explain this Wireshark TCP conversation? Hello, Could anyone explain the behavior I observe below? I have the f